Enyo 2.0 is yet to include the UI elements from Enyo 1.0. That is why when you look at the web site you see a library that is similar to mooTools. When the new UI layer is released (this month), then it will become a very different beast and more suited for mobile and web app development.The Enyo developer guide at http://developer.palm.com has a lot of Aha moments that made a very good impression on me while I was learning. I enjoy working with JQuery when building websites but for web based applications, I think Enyo is my favorite framework.
I asked for feedback here because we all know that Haiku made a great work with the GSOC even though, from the point-of-view of many, it is a small alternative OS. Many would like resources to be poured on Linux only but we all here know the strenghts of Haiku and how great it is to have a clear, usable system with an elegant API. Enyo provokes the same fellings on me and I think that webOS is the best mobile OS that I've used so far.
So, if I could get people from Team Enyo to prepare some proposal for GSOC, would some mentor here agree to take a look and give some feedback. The open source version of Enyo is young and Haiku devs knows all the trails to a good relationship with the GSOC organization and how to build a great community. My idea is just to exchange good advise.
Cheers andre On 2/8/12 4:25 AM, Ryan Leavengood wrote: